Adult Education Classes at Stone Hill
Jesus the Sign of God - Have you ever wondered about the continuity between the Old and New Testaments and how that relates to our picture of who God is? Join us for a study of how the biblical writers understood Jesus as representing and identifying himself with the God of Israel. Combining the analytical resources of modern exegetical scholarship and semiotics (i.e., the study of sign-processes), we'll explore the surprising complexity and depth that the biblical witness offers us in connecting the life, actions, and sayings of Jesus with the Lord of creation. This class will meet at 9:30 in the Library.
Titus: The Epistle to “Titus” is perhaps less frequently studied than some of Paul’s other letters in the New Testament, such as Romans, Philippians, or Galatians. Yet, this short letter of instruction to a young pastor whom Paul had trained offers a wealth of wisdom and insight for Christians today as much as any time, and in any context. Near the end of his life, Paul shares much of his vision for the church, what it means to believe the gospel, and what it means to live out the gospel in practical life. Along the way, he also articulates some of the richest and fullest summaries of the Gospel and statements of who Jesus Christ is that we find anywhere in the New Testament. Come join us as we discuss this short, but rewarding letter together. This class will begin July 9.
Attention special need teens and adults: More Than Conquerors is the class for you. We meet at 9:30 a.m. in the 1st grade classroom to sing, teach, take the offering, memorize scripture, pray and play games. Hope to see you there. Any questions? Contact Sharon Marshall at (609)883-1435.
Children's Sunday School meets during the 9:30am service. Children attending the 11am service are welcome to stay with their parents in the service until the offering at which time they leave to attend Childrens Church held in the 1st grade class room.